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In January 2015, The Garden twins released a 7" titled "Surprise" featuring the B-side "This Could Build Us a Home". They signed to Epitaph Records and in August 2015, they announced their second studio album haha and premiered the lead single, "All Smiles Over Here :)". They released a video for the song "Egg" on October 9, a day before the duo embarked on a world tour. In 2016, they released a string of singles, "Play Your Cards Right" (featuring Crazy 8), "Call This # Now" and "California Here We Go", before releasing the U Want the Scoop? EP in March 2017, following a video for "All Access". During September 2017, the duo opened for Mac DeMarco on his North American tour.
The band is known for their fast, punk-influenced two-piece bass and drum songs. At some point Wyatt has stated he switched from bass to guitar, but most people didn't notice because of his playing style and use of low notes. Their later music contains synth in addition to or instead of the guitar and drums. Both their music and image is characterized by "DIY principles, thrift store-cum-glam fashion style and a vast list of influences." The brothers classify their sound as "vada vada," a philosophy which Wyatt Shears describes as "an idea that represents pure creative expression, that disregards all previously made genres and ideals". The twins have described their influences from such diverse artists as: video game composer Manabu Namiki, rappers E-40 and Mykki Blanco, country singer Johnny Paycheck and punk rock bands Minutemen and Big Boys.
Shortly after birth, keepers remove one of the cubs, tricking the mother into thinking she only has one baby. The twins are then switched up to 10 times a day to maintain the single baby panda illusion. One of the cubs is with the mother almost all the time while the other is kept in an incubator and fed on formula milk.
The audience, however, may not be entirely to blame if the best jokes are about white people liking yoghurt because of its colour; naming twins Kate and Duplicate; a South Indian man called Nagalingam who plays a flute to get an erection; or a man in the audience dressed in white whom Peters likens to a sperm. 2b1af7f3a8